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Courses: Interpreting Process:theory & (HUD-105)

Interpreting Process:theory & (HUD-105)
This is a survey course which introduces theories, principles, and practices of interpreting for Deaf persons. The course covers interpreting processes, physical and mental factors, attitudes, ethics, roles of the interpreter, perspectives of the consumers (deaf and hearing), and NIC (RID-NAD) certifications. Prerequisite skills for interpreting will be introduced in this course through instruction for application in interpreting. Students are exposed to basic interpreting situations in a variety of settings through field observations and through use of videotapes. Prerequisites: ASL 201 and ASL 205 or permission of Division Dean's office. 3 lecture hours per week. 3 credit hours.

Course Name: HUD-105
Departments: Psychology-Sociology
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Prerequisites: ASL-201 and ASL-205
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